Serial entrepreneur Deepak Ravindran’s newest baby is Lookup, an instant messaging app that connects users with local shops, restaurants, and even police stations.
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Contrary to popular perception of Rahul Yadav being a loose canon, he appeared well-reasoned in a rapid-fire grilling, which covered the whole gamut from controversies to company practices and his out...
An open letter to Zuckerberg from 67 global groups points out how Internet.org violates net neutrality, freedom of expression, equality of opportunity, privacy, and security.
Do you know how much power your gaming console eats up? Or how you can plug the power leakage from random AC usage? Zenatix can tell you that and and a lot more.
Subhendu Panigrahi started with a tech job board, pivoted to training, then settled on a hackathon mode of hiring. Now his startup Venturesity has raised funding to scale up.
Pay it forward: Housing’s Rahul Yadav challenges Zomato, Ola founders to give half their shares to employees
Housing co-founder Rahul Yadav has promised to transfer all his shares to employees. Now he wants other founders to share their wealth too with those who build out startups.
Three student entrepreneurs have come up with Mobiopush to personalize the user experience on a mobile website, just like an app. At the same time, it will cut the phone’s data usage and storage, whic...
Flipkart and Myntra claim that it’s only through their apps that they can give a personalized experience to shoppers. But there’s more to the story.
The GSF mobile accelerator has a 14-week incubation program that begins in India and goes on to other ecosystems. This helps the startup teams to understand different mobile markets.
After Babajob’s $10 million and LocalOye’s $5 million, WorkHorse today announced its first round of funding. These and several other apps let the huge urban middle class in India hire drivers, cooks, ...
OnePlus One users can now get updates to the CyanogenOS running their phones, following the resolution of a legal dispute between OnePlus and Cyanogen.
Who’s the Wolf of Dalal Street? Behind the explosion at Housing is a shifting power equation [Updated]
The new generation of Indian entrepreneurs is less reverential toward investors, even if it’s the latter who hold the purse-strings. And that may not be such a bad thing.
Curated marketplace TalentPad wants to use the data analytics and testing capabilities of OptimizedBits to make hiring more efficient in a market where tech startups are mushrooming.
India’s tech industry body Nasscom runs an initiative called InnoTrek that picks promising young entrepreneurs from India for a tour of startup mecca Silicon Valley to make useful connections.
Omise is partnering with local players in different countries to provide diverse payment methods for merchants of all sizes and resolve one of the main pain-points for ecommerce in the region.
“We aim to reach 200,000 entrepreneurs, especially in cities that do not have supportive startup ecosystems,” says Parth Gupta, one of the organizers of India’s largest student-run pitch-fests.